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Milorganite 6-4-0 Fertilizer, 36 lb. Bag

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Milorganite 6-4-0 is an all-purpose fertilizer.

  • Eco-friendly
  • Can be used safely on lawns, flowers, vegetables, shrubs and trees, as well as a carrier when spreading grass
  • Covers up to 2,500 sq. ft.

Specification Description
Application: Follow directions on label
Brand: Milorganite
Consistency: Heat-dried microbes
Coverage Area: 2,500 sq. feet
Height: 22 in.
Length: 4-1/2 in.
Package Height: 22 in.
Package Length: 4-1/2 in.
Package Size: 36.5 lb.
Package Width: 15-1/8 in.
Plant Type: All purpose - can be used safely on lawns, flowers, vegetables, shrubs and trees, as well as a carrier when spreading grass
Product Weight: 36.5 lb.
Quantity Per Pack: 1
Type: Bag
Width: 4-1/2 in.
Formula: 6-4-0
Product Type: Dry Fertilizers
Package Weight: 36.5 lb.
Natural or Organic: No
Manufacturer Part Number 100048741
Milorganite 6-4-0 Fertilizer, 36 lb. Bag is rated 4.7 out of 5 by 27.
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Product great, store not so much My TS keeps these bags outside in the rain. I bought 4 bags and 25% were unusable. DO NOT BUY these if they are stored outside and you use a lawn spreader. You'll throw away a full bag of every 4 you buy. Wasn't worth the trip back to the store and the argument. I will never buy this product from TS again.
Date published: 2018-10-17
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Excellent organic fertilizer Bought this as a result of the many good reviews! Works good!
Date published: 2018-09-17
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great fertilizer Great lawn fertilizer that will not burn the lawn.
Date published: 2018-09-10
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Good Packaging sistema Pizza This is really good stuff I put it on my lawn and within a week everything is looking greener and growing very good definitely has a smell to it for a couple of days you need them might not like you but it does go away great stuff I'm buying more again imma do it again in 2 months can't hurt the grass by burning it the stuff is fantastic
Date published: 2018-09-08
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What is the chemical analysis (npk) of this product?

Asked by: Wendell
Guaranteed Analysis (label): 5.0% Total Nitrogen (N) = *3% Water Insoluble (slow-release) N + 2% Water Soluble N 4.0% Total Iron (Fe) 2.0% Available Phosphate (P2O5) 1.2% Available Calcium (Ca) Nutrients derived from Biosolids *3.5% Slowly Available Nitrogen derived from Biosolids.
Answered by: DanielB
Date published: 2018-08-02

How quickly after using this can I plant new grass seed?

Asked by: Katie01826
Milorganite can actually be used at the time of planting new grass seed. The ratio to use is: 1 part seed to 4 parts Milorganite.
Answered by: DanielB
Date published: 2018-08-02

Does help your grass grow or grow faster or does it just make grass greener

Asked by: Coolrob257
This will feed though it's slow release so it takes a few weeks to break down in the soil and will then feed for about 8 weeks. It does also contain iron for greening.
Answered by: AmandaW
Date published: 2018-08-02

I was told this is a great product to use on all shrubs, flowering and not. I was told that it discourages deer from feeding too. Do I wait for early spring to apply?

Asked by: Maddie5
Yes, it can be used safely on lawns, flowers, vegetables, shrubs and trees, as well as a carrier when spreading grass. Milorganite can be applied any time during the growing season. However, for best results we recommend four annual applications on your lawn. Northern Grasses such as Kentucky bluegrass, Fescue, and Perennial Ryegrass should be fertilized four (4) times per year. For the last application, fertilize with Milorganite as late in the season as possible—just before the first deep freeze or snowfall. This fertilizer application, known as “dormant feeding,” encourages healthier, greener lawn in spring. When to Apply Application Rate Memorial Day, end of May 36 lbs per 2,500 sq ft July 4th, Canada Day 36 lbs per 2,500 sq ft Labor Day, early September 36 lbs per 2,500 sq ft Thanksgiving, mid November 36 lbs per 2,500 sq ft Southern Grasses, such as Bermuda, St. Augustine, Centipedegrass, Bahia, and Zoysia, should be fertilized four (4) times per year. Centipedegrass and Bahia grass prefer spring and summer feedings, and to help prevent winter kill, avoid fertilizing these varieties in the fall. Don’t fertilize southern grasses too late in fall. The grass is trying to go dormant and if you fertilizer you’re encouraging it to grow. This may cause your lawn to be less hardy as it enters cold weather and more susceptible to winter injury. The last time to fertilize in fall is one month before dormancy or the average first killing frost. When to Apply Application Rate Easter (after turf breaks dormancy) 36 lbs per 2,500 sq ft Memorial Day, end of May 36 lbs per 2,500 sq ft Labor Day, early September 36 lbs per 2,500 sq ft Early October (or when overseeding)* 36 lbs per 2,500 sq ft
Answered by: NRoberts
Date published: 2018-09-04

Does it kills weeds as well as fertilize? 

Asked by: Greener on the other side
This does not kill weeds. This is an all-purpose slow-release nitrogen fertilizer.
Answered by: AmandaW
Date published: 2018-08-22

Will this product make my grass look great. Also will it make my grass greener?

Asked by: Dee 32
Yes, this product contains iron for greening.
Answered by: AshleyBe
Date published: 2018-09-05

Need for horses 5 acres want to mix with fescue will it work and. If so how much will I need north west mo.

Asked by: Beamersno1
Yes, this product should work well for that application. It would take 18 Bags will cover 1 acre, so we would recommend 90 bags for that application.
Answered by: ChrisCD
Date published: 2018-06-15

How often should you apply this product? Are there different products for different times of the season?

Asked by: JimmyTee
Milorganite can be applied any time during the growing season. However, for best results we recommend four annual applications on your lawn. Northern Grasses such as Kentucky bluegrass, Fescue, and Perennial Ryegrass should be fertilized four (4) times per year. For the last application, fertilize with Milorganite as late in the season as possible—just before the first deep freeze or snowfall. This fertilizer application, known as “dormant feeding,” encourages healthier, greener lawn in spring. When to Apply Application Rate Memorial Day, end of May 36 lbs per 2,500 sq ft July 4th, Canada Day 36 lbs per 2,500 sq ft Labor Day, early September 36 lbs per 2,500 sq ft Thanksgiving, mid November 36 lbs per 2,500 sq ft Southern Grasses, such as Bermuda, St. Augustine, Centipedegrass, Bahia, and Zoysia, should be fertilized four (4) times per year. Centipedegrass and Bahia grass prefer spring and summer feedings, and to help prevent winter kill, avoid fertilizing these varieties in the fall. Don’t fertilize southern grasses too late in fall. The grass is trying to go dormant and if you fertilizer you’re encouraging it to grow. This may cause your lawn to be less hardy as it enters cold weather and more susceptible to winter injury. The last time to fertilize in fall is one month before dormancy or the average first killing frost. When to Apply Application Rate Easter (after turf breaks dormancy) 36 lbs per 2,500 sq ft Memorial Day, end of May 36 lbs per 2,500 sq ft Labor Day, early September 36 lbs per 2,500 sq ft Early October (or when overseeding)* 36 lbs per 2,500 sq ft
Answered by: DanielB
Date published: 2018-06-01
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